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So our interview is in 2.5 weeks (17th May) - and I have pretty much most of our documents together but just had a massive worry when putting our car insurance stuff together... his drivers license and our car insurance is under his parents address - will this be a problem?

I know that in the UK (im from London) that it is a problem when your drivers license is under a different address to your insurance and its ok to be registered at an address different to yours if you are living in temporary accom. like university halls etc. but I didnt know what the rules are here and will this look a bit odd?

we live close by but we are living at a different address and our bank information and all other insurance such as health is under our permenant address.. If we need to change addresses on our insurance and his license will we have time for this??!

hope someone can help me?! thanks in advance

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So our interview is in 2.5 weeks (17th May) - and I have pretty much most of our documents together but just had a massive worry when putting our car insurance stuff together... his drivers license and our car insurance is under his parents address - will this be a problem?

I know that in the UK (im from London) that it is a problem when your drivers license is under a different address to your insurance and its ok to be registered at an address different to yours if you are living in temporary accom. like university halls etc. but I didnt know what the rules are here and will this look a bit odd?

we live close by but we are living at a different address and our bank information and all other insurance such as health is under our permenant address.. If we need to change addresses on our insurance and his license will we have time for this??!

hope someone can help me?! thanks in advance

The insurance should just be a matter of calling the insurance agent. They should be able to print off another proof of insurance card (or whatever they use in your state) the same day.

A new license will take longer. Most states require you to change your address with the DMV when you move. File the change of address and see if the DMV will give you a receipt. In some states they give you a piece of paper that you're supposed to attach to your license until you get the new license.


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